From: Neil Rotstan <neil@bl...> - 2003-08-03 18:37:57
JGAP is a genetic algorithms package written in Java. It is designed to
require minimum effort to use "out of the box," but is also designed to be
highly modular to allow for custom components to be easily plugged in by
the more adventurous.
JGAP 1.0 Release Candidate 2 (1.0-RC2 for short) is the second beta
release of JGAP. Changes in this release are directed at fixing issues
reported in the first release candidate and increasing the clarity of the
documentation in anticipation of the final 1.0 release.
Version 1.0-RC2 of JGAP can be downloaded from the JGAP home page, which
can be found at http://jgap.sourceforge.net
If you run into any problems or have any questions, we encourage you to
send an email to the jgap-users mailing list at:
Thanks for trying JGAP!
--The JGAP Team
Changelog for version 1.0-RC2
* Added new BulkFitnessFunction class, which can be used to create
fitness functions that evaluate an entire working pool of chromosomes
all at once.
* Fixed hashCode() in Chromosome class so that it is no longer dependent
on the fitness function.
* Java serialization of Genotypes and Chromosomes is now working properly.
* Added a FAQ document.
* Updated various documentation.
* Updated the README file.